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The Big Board: Updated list of Patriots’ private workouts

03.28.11 at 4:21 pm ET

Here’€™s our latest list of players who have had or will have private workouts or meetings with the Patriots. It should be noted that (as we stated here previously) private workouts are a way for a team to gather additional ‘€œintel,’€ in the words of one veteran agent, to try and figure out if that prospect might be a good fit for their system. There’€™s also the real possibility that some of these workouts are bonafide attempts at misdirection, hoping to get another team interested in a prospect simply because the Patriots have feigned interest. In addition, this is by no means a complete list ‘€” simply a rundown of those we have independently verified:

Hillsdale wide receiver Andre Holmes
Florida offensive lineman Mike Pouncey
Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith
Kentucky wide receiver Chris Matthews
Virginia Tech running back Ryan Williams
Nevada tight end Virgil Green
TCU quarterback Andy Dalton
TCU wide receiver Jeremy Kerley
Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy
Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi
Missouri offensive lineman Tim Barnes

Citadel defensive back Cortez Allen
Miami defensive lineman Allen Bailey
Northwestern defensive lineman Corbin Bryant
Missouri defensive back Kevin Rutland
UTC defensive back Buster Skrine
Hampton defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis
South Florida defensive lineman Terrell McClain

In addition, it’€™s been reported by multiple outlets the following players will have or have had private workouts or meetings with the Patriots:

Connecticut running back Jordan Todman (via National Football Post)
Mount Union wide receiver Cecil Shorts (via
Montana State offensive lineman Mike Person (via Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
Texas Tech quarterback Taylor Potts (via
Maryland running back Da’€™Rel Scott (via
Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb (via
Kentucky running back Derrick Locke (via
Colorado offensive lineman Nate Solder (via National Football Post)

Fresno State defensive back Desia Dunn (via
Louisville defensive back Johnny Patrick (via ESPNBoston)
South Florida cornerback Mistral Raymond (via ESPNBoston)
Temple defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett (via National Football Post)
Maryland linebacker Adrien Moten (via National Football Post)

And here’€™s the Pro Day schedule for the next few days:
March 29: Coastal Carolina, Texas, UCLA, Utah
March 30: New Mexico State, North Carolina Central, Northern Iowa, Southern ‘€¨California, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Washington
March 31: North Carolina, Stephen F. Austin
April 1: Eastern Washington
April 4: Southern Methodist
April 7: Jacksonville State, Notre Dame

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